An everyday cooking sauce for any type of meat, fish or protein. Blend the ingredients and store the uncooked sauce for later use, or cook it and then leave to cool.
My ultimate childhood comfort food - I absolutely love this sauce! And here's a way to fast-forward a few steps to reach the desired result faster.
The floury texture of boiled yam makes it akin to the famous Irish potato and it can be a great addition to curries and potages. This recipe combines Zoe Adjonyoh's love of Nkatsenkwan (groundnut stew) with the two simple Ghanaian staples of yam and plantain. It makes a great alternative veggie curry!
This is the famous Ghanaian hot chilli condiment, which can be made in a variety of ways and every household has its own recipe. It goes really well with both fish and meat, and can be served as a side to most dishes. It can also be used for marinating or as a dressing, dip, spread or topping. I eat it with almost everything, but especially love it as a spicy addition to a cheeseboard with other chutneys.